2020 BMW M8

2020 BMW M8

2020 BMW M8

After all the teasing and stripping, BMW unveiled their most powerful M car, based on the 8 Series, which comes in both Coupe and Cabrio forms. 

As you would expect, the cars are more aggressive in styling than their non-M counterparts, wider and of course, more powerful.

Underneath the hood, the M8 uses a turbocharged V8 that pushes out 592HP and 750 NM of torque in "docile" form and around 617HP in Competition form.

2016 BMW M2 Coupe

After a long period of waiting, nail bitting and presumtions made on spy photos, BMW finally revealed one of the most anticipated M model, the M2 Coupe.
With a different name (2), this is the successor of the limited production 1M Coupe, a high praised M model, but comes with a different output of power, 365HP, 500NM of torque of the same displacement, 3.0 inline 6 turbocharged petrol engine (N55). The new M2 sprints to 100km.h in 4.2s and reaches to an electronically limited top speed of 250km.h.

2014 BMW M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe

2014 BMW M3 Sedan and M4 Coupe
Ladies and gents, it is official, the new M models have been revealed and we're talking about new M3 which is a sedan and the former M3 has turned into M4 which is a coupe (future cabrio).

The beasts are being powered by a straight 6 cylinder, 3L, twin turbo engine, which develops 431HP and 406Nm torque. Weight has been saved from everything, starting with the engine (80kg), CFRP roof 5kg for the Sedan and more than 6km from the Coupe.

2013 BMW M6 Gran Coupé

Due to popular demand BMW gave in and started making an M version of the 6 Gran Coupé to add to it's line of supersedans next to the M3 Sedan and M5.

The engine will most likely be the same 4.4L V8 turbo as in the M5.

When the M6 Gran Coupé will make it's debut isn't clear yet, but here you can already see our vision on how it might look!

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